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Wednesday 3 November 2021 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Economy, National

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Tourism can bounce back better, says new regional study
Tourists try Cook Islands dancing with Rarotonga dancers at Te Vara Nui Village in Muri pre-Covid. Credit: David Kirkland Photography/21110238

The tourism sector in the Pacific including the Cook Islands has been significantly damaged by Covid-19 but there is potential for positive transformation, says the Asian Development Bank’s Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI).

The tourism sector in the Pacific including the Cook Islands has been significantly damaged by Covid-19 but there is potential for positive transformation, says the Asian Development Bank’s Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI).


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